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Make porridge great again!

Happy October, the start of porridge season!

And a good, well made porridge is a game-changer. It gives your day a proper healthy start. Porridge is good fibre rich breakfast, gentle to your digestion and with these following tips you can also add protein and nutrients to it. A piping hot porridge will kickstart your morning and keep you fuelled until lunch time. For gluten free options or just for a change, swap oats to buckwheat or millet.

How to add nutrients to your porridge:

How to add protein to your porridge:

Now we want to share one of our favourite porridge recipes with you! We’ve eaten this porridge the past five years (at least!) and we’re still not bored of it. Occasionally, we keep swapping between tahini and peanut butter. But one ingredient always stays, Wild Blueberry powder! Hope you like it!

Wild Blueberry & Peanut butter porridge 

15 mins
4 servings
8 dl Nut milk – we always use Oatly iKaffe because it’s creamy content. Also hazelnut or coconut milk works perfectly
3 heaped tablespoons of organic peanut butter
3 dl oats (gluten free if necessary)
1/2 tsps of himalayan salt
1 tsps of cinnamon
After cooking: 3-4 tbsps of Wild Blueberry powder 
Sliced ripe banana
Stir of honey
Sprinkle of Cranberry or Lingonberry powder
A scoop of tahini (or more peanut butter)
1. Heat up the milk in the saucepan. Scoop in the peanut butter, add the oats and salt. Cook in a low heat for 10 to 15 minutes. Stir the porridge occasionally. Turn off the heat, wait a few minutes the mixture to cool down. Stir in the blueberry powder and cinnamon. Add to bowls and top with your favourite toppings.
wild blueberry porridge
Also try making your own coconut-berry peanut butter! 


225 grams of cashews and peanuts mixed
100 grams of desiccated coconut
3 heaped teaspoons of chosen Arctic Berry powder
(Wild blueberry and Arctic Blackcurrant work well!)


  1. Pour the nuts and coconut into your food processor and blend until they start to form a smooth paste. (we use Ninja Kitchen)
  2. Continue to blend, allowing the oils to release and eventually you should be left with a beautifully smooth and creamy consistency.
  3. Add in the berry powder and blend once more
  4. Store in an air tight jar and enjoy on porridge, toast or scoop straight from the jar like we do 🙂
 berry & coconut nut butter
Find more porridge recipes HERE. Also have a read how inflammation can harm your health and how to reduce inflammation with plant-based meals. Read it HERE 


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